The Not Forgotten Association is a unique national tri-service charity which provides entertainment and recreation for the benefit of the serving wounded, injured or sick and for ex-service men and women with disabilities.

In April 2017, Rosie Thompson and NFA veteran and friend, Martin Wilson, ran 270km through the Sahara Desert. Rosie has never failed to be impressed by Martin’s spirit and determination as he has overcome the effects of life-changing injuries.




Latest News

1905, 2017

Rosie Has Done It!

Last month our Head of Events Rosie Thompson completed the Marathon des Sables, a 270 [...]

1805, 2017

Chairman’s Charity Walk Raises Thousands

Last weekend NFA Chairman David Cowley organised a charity walk through the beautiful Hampshire countryside [...]

1505, 2017

NFA Supporter Funds Veterans’ Trip On Bluebell Railway

This week the NFA took a group of more than 50 veterans from service care [...]

1105, 2017

Fishing Weekend Boosts Veterans’ Recovery From Injury

Last weekend the NFA took eight veterans on a carp fishing break at Woodlay in [...]

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Recent Events

Six Nations Rugby At Twickenham

Thanks to the generosity of the Rugby Football Union we have been able to take 36 injured veterans and their [...]

Skiing Holidays Boost Veterans’ Recovery From Injury

This year’s activities have begun with three skiing holidays, one to La Plagne in the French Alps and two to [...]

Skiing Week Brings Injured Veterans Together

This week The Not Forgotten Association is hosting a skiing holiday in La Plagne, France for 14 injured veterans drawn [...]

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From Twitter

Short films about our activities

The video on the right gives a flavour of our wide range of events and activities for injured service men and women of all ages. The videos below cover some of our recent activities and trips.